Why to Wear a Seatbelt

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Lindsey Monaco
Thesis: why you should wear your seatbelt
Specific purpose: to persuade everyone to always wear a seatbelt How to get audience’s attention: how many people think they’re invincible?/ how many people always wear their seatbelt? 1- why it is relevant? – Everyone on and off campus has been inside a car before whether it’s their own or their friends and I’m sure the majority of people who live off campus now have their cars up here. 2- Why is this a good issue- I believe this is a good issue because not wearing a seatbelt is the most easily preventable death 3 main reasons why you should wear a seatbelt

1- Prevents death and injury
2- It’s the law
3- Saves money

Transition: many people do not wear their seatbelt because they forget too or think it is too much of a hassle if they are in a rush - Say you crash going 30 miles per hour not wearing a seatbelt your body would be thrown with a force 30 to 60 times your own weight which can cause a very serious injury or even death. - If you are in the front seat this most likely means you are being thrown through your windshield out of the car. If you are in the backseat this means you will probably hit the person sitting in front of you causing serious injuries to both you and the front seat passenger - Seatbelt use is the best defense against road hazards such as impaired, aggressive, and distracted drivers. Even if your vehicle is caught up in a crash, wearing a seatbelt can keep passengers safe and secure within the vehicle and avoid being thrown from their vehicle - I know many of you probably think you don’t need to wear a seatbelt if your car has airbags but airbags are meant to work with seatbelts and if you crash and airbags deploy the force of them without the seatbelt restraint might kill you - according to national center for injury prevention and control “In 2010, about 2,700 teens in the United States aged 16–19 were killed and almost 282,000 were treated and released from...
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